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Created on 2009-05-27 13:05:30 (#389937), never updated

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Birthdate:Jun 15
Location:New Jersey, United States of America
OMG. I am totally cribbing this from my LJ profile.

Working on it. So far, I've come up with: I'm a library worker bee. Bzzzz. To be edited as I get creative.

I am a bibliovore and a slashasaurus, with a decided bent towards the dramatic, and I might be bipolar. But I'm for damn sure not boring. Come on in and hang out . . . we try to have fun around here.

Also, be forewarned! My journal is both personal and fannish. There is self-introspection, squeeing, swearing, and slashfic to be found. There may be feverish fanciful ecstasies and terminally tedious navel-gazing, interspersed with whines, cheers, rants, thrills, and general moodiness. Not all of these things will be behind cut tags, and few if any of them will be friends-locked.

If any of these subjects have the potential to disturb you, feel free to move along now.

You have free will and a back button, and I don't take complaints about the content of *my* journal.

On the other hand, I do welcome viewpoints other than my own. Especially when I ask for them.

Free speech is probably the one human right I believe in passionately, even violently.

"I may disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it." - popularly attributed to Voltaire, though actually it's a paraphrase of Voltaire's beliefs, possibly influenced by a letter Voltaire once wrote that contained a similar assertion. The above quote was published in a 1906 work titled The Friends of Voltaire, and was authored by Evelyn Beatrice Hall, writing as Stephen G. Tallentyre.
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